I've been eating and cooking with 2% and nonfat yogurt a lot lately. I thought I'd share my favs. None of this is earth-shattering as I'm sure it's all familiar to all of you, although, a couple of these (Cultural Revolutions and siggi's) are yogurts I've discovered in only, say, the past 6 months, TDQ-come-lately that I am. Usually, what I buy depends on where I happen to be shopping and what's available there.
Cultural revolutions--lumpy yogurt with a bit of character. From a farm in Iowa. I've seen it at Mississippi Market and Farm in the Market (Midtown Global Market) My favorite when I can find it. I like that it's local. Ish. It's the one that most approximates home-made. Comes in a variety of flavors and fat contents. I usually get some kind of reduced fat and plain so I can add whatever I want (berries, honey, etc.), or use it for cooking. http://www.kalonaorganics.com/our_yog...
Fage "Greek Style" strained yogurt--available at Lund's and Whole Foods and the produce vendor at Midtown Global Market. My former favorite "National" (International?) brand. Not local, not quirky, but smooth and delicious.
Brown Cow "cream top" yogurt--not local, not low-fat, but I do love that cream on top. I like plain and eat it like ice cream. I haven't tried the full-fat Cultural Revolutions since I discovered Cultural Revolutions right before I started on my weight loss program. I"ll bet its at least as good as Brown Cow, but that's only a guess.
siggi's Icelandic style skyr. Strained non-fat yogurt. From New York apparently. Some says it's cheese, others say it's yogurt. I have no idea, except that siggi's calls itself yogurt. 0% milkfat, dense, firm and smooth, sweetened with agave nectar, which means, it's not excessively sweet. Comes with a removable paper wrapper that can be recycled. I discovered siggi's recently at Mississippi Market (the one on Randolph at Fairview--which, by the way, has officially announced recently that it has indeed found a new location. Off of West 7th somewhere in St. Paul. Move anticipated spring of 2009) when I was searching for Cultural Revolutions. I hope it hasn't pushed Cultural Revolutions aside, as that would make me cry, but it's my new National brand favorite, better than Fage. Doesn't seem to come in plain or anything great than 0% fat, but, I hope it does. http://skyr.com/
Got any favorites? Especially local ones?
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